Wordless Wednesday – Vacation Pictures

Astro Photography

Balmorhea State Park

Campfire Cooking

Davis Mountains State Park

Fort Davis National Site

Fort Davis Texas

Geocaching Travel Bug

Hiking

Hotel Limpia Restaurant

Hotel Limpia

Indian Lodge

Joyriding

Marfa Texas Courthouse

McDonald Observatory Frank Bash Visitors Center

Mexican Food

Monahans Sandhills St Park

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Blogger at My Five Fs (Faith - Family - Food - Fotos - Fun) and Animal Wonder. Empty-nester that now shares life with my hubby and our two standard poodles. Enjoys camping in our RV, taking and editing photos, trying new low-carb recipes, baking pretty decorated cookies for special occasions, walking daily, spending time with family and friends when we can, playing with the dogs, and is grateful to God for every single day of this blessed life and for the opportunity to share and connect with some great people here.

7 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Vacation Pictures”

  1. Nice vacation! You geo-cache? My oldest daughter and son-in-law love geo-caching. He even proposed to her with one! One summer weekend when both of my girls were home for a visit, they convinced me to geo-cache with them (there are hundreds right here in our county) and it was sure a lot of fun (when we weren’t on the lookout for bears!).

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    1. It was a great trip! 🙂 We got into geocaching last year, as it is a great activity to do while camping in the state parks. I dropped that travel bug at Davis Mountains State Park while we were there, after picking it up at another state park last fall. We even purchased a handheld Garmin Etrex to keep from getting lost, as that unfortunately happened to us while looking for a night cache last spring at a park where we had no cell service to use the phone app. We laugh about it now, but it was a little scary at the time. I enjoy looking for geocaches more than hubby, but he is glad to usually come along for the hike while camping.

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  2. It does look like a really nice State Park. I think we could spend the next year in Texas and still only see a fraction of this state. Looks like ya’ll had a great time 🙂

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    1. That is very true, actually. If you ever come to the panhandle area, there are fewer parks, but the two canyon parks we have are pretty spectacular… Palo Duro Canyon and Caprock Canyons. Just don’t visit them in the heat of the summer, since they can get very hot. Palo Duro Canyon hosts a big musical production, “Texas,” each summer, though, and it is worth a trip just to see it, for sure. I am so very fond of the mountains of far West Texas now that we have been visiting there the past few years. In fact, we even discussed the possibility of buying a little place out there after we retire. There are some scenic drives that are absolutely spectacular, too.

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  3. I just found your blog…can’t wait for time to so some exploring and reading!

    We are leaving Winnie, TX today. Had a great time touring Anahuac NWR . Last year we did visit Palo Duro Canyon and Allibates Flint Quarry when we were in Amarillo.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and come back often! Winnie is a long way from us, but I like that part of the state, especially toward the coast and Galveston Island… a lot. We have been to Palo Duro many times but have never been to the flint quarry. Safe travels!

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